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Police investigating deadly Minneapolis shooting

MINNEAPOLIS — Minneapolis Police are investigating a deadly shooting Wednesday evening in the Phillips community. According to police, a man, who is believed to be in his 30s, was shot just after 6 p.m. near a Marathon gas station on the 1700 block of East Lake Street. Police say the...
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1 killed after shooting at Minneapolis gas station

MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - Police have taped off a south Minneapolis gas station after a man was killed Wednesday evening as shots rang out in the Phillips neighborhood. Minneapolis police spokesperson John Elder said a police sergeant was in the area of East Lake Street and Cedar Avenue when he heard of a series of gunshots around 6:10 p.m.
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'He was a very bright young man.' Loved ones remember 16-year-old killed in north Minneapolis hit-and-run

MINNEAPOLIS — “He was a very bright young man,” says Dedrick Willis. “We just celebrated his 16th birthday in April at Wisconsin Dells.”. Dedrick Willis is a pastor. He's normally comforting families during their tough times, but today – he’s standing on the other side, at the place where his 16-year-old nephew – Dychaun Chew – was struck and killed.

East Bethel construction company installs new roof for Blaine veteran

A United States Army veteran recently received a new roof for his home and garage in Blaine at no charge. Former U.S. Army Specialist Jesse Lamere received the roof thanks to a partnership with Purple Heart Homes, Owens Corning Roof Deployment Project and Advantage Construction Inc. “It’s amazing that so...
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Minneapolis man treated for non-life-threatening injuries after crash in Mankato

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) — The Minnesota State Patrol says it responded to a two-vehicle crash in Mankato Wednesday afternoon. The crash happened around 1:30 p.m. The Minnesota State Patrol says a 2002 Chevy Impala, driven by Ali Abas Ibrahim, of Minneapolis, and a 2016 Chevy Malibu, driven by Austin Hunter Cozad, were both northbound on Highway 169. Both vehicles proceeded to merge onto eastbound Highway 14 where the vehicles made contact, resulting in the Chevy Impala entering the median.
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MnDOT awards $75 million in Local Road Improvement Program grants

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Seventy-five statewide road projects will benefit from $75 million in Local Road Improvement Program funding to help improve or build roads in Minnesota cities, towns and counties. The Minnesota Legislature appropriated an additional $110 million to specific projects, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The...
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Get to know River Falls distance runner Grant Magnuson

Three-time All-Big Rivers Conference cross country; Three-time cross country state qualifier; two-time cross country all-state; Track and Field state qualifier; BRC champion 1600 meter run. Favorite Sport/Event and why:. Mile in track, it's a little quicker than cross country but not too fast. Favorite memory as an athlete:. Team making...
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George Floyd’s brother backs ex-cop Eric Adams for NYC mayor

Terrence Floyd, the brother of Minneapolis police-murder victim George Floyd, endorsed former NYPD cop Eric Adams for mayor on Wednesday. Floyd, who is a New York resident, said that he trusts Adams, a Democrat now serving as Brooklyn borough president, to reform the department through his firsthand experience working on the inside.
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Minnesota prosecutors ask court to reject Derek Chauvin defense team's motions for new trial

Minnesota prosecutors in the Derek Chauvin murder case filed a memorandum Wednesday asking the court to deny the defense’s motions for a new trial. "The State firmly opposes Defendant’s post-verdict motions," the memo says. "The jury unanimously convicted Defendant of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter based on the overwhelming evidence establishing Defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt."
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Prosecutors Oppose Chauvin Retrial Motion, Calling Arguments ‘Scattershot’

MINNEAPOLIS (CN) — Prosecutors laid out their opposition to Derek Chauvin’s request for a new trial in a lengthy motion filed Wednesday afternoon. The former Minneapolis police officer, convicted of second- and third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter late April for the May 2020 death of George Floyd, filed a motion for a new trial early in May.